Crown of the Ivory King DLC

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Name Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King DLC
Release Date September 30th / October 1st 2014
Genre Action RPG
Platform/s PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
Windows
PlayStation 4
Xbox
Mode/s Single-Player. Co-op
Price $9.99
Developer FromSoftware, Inc
Publisher BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment
FromSoftware, Inc

Crown of the Ivory King is a DLC for Dark Souls 2 (DKS2), released on September 30th / October 1st 2014. The DLC was later bundled as part of the Scholar of the First Sin Edition of the game. This DLC is the first set of the Lost Crowns trilogy. The trilogy contains the following Downloadable Content released in the same order: Crown of the Sunken KingCrown of the Old Iron King, Crown of the Ivory King. These DLC releases, added new content to the Dark Souls 2 experience, including all new Enemies, Bosses, Locations and Weapons. Minor modifications have also been made to some details and descriptions during the Scholar of the First Sin Remaster. All episodes were sold for either $9.99 a piece, or added as part of the Dark Souls II Season Pass for $24.99. Official Trailer VideoCommunity Review of the Crown of the Ivory King DLC

 

 

Crown of the Ivory King is the third of 3 large-scale DLC additions to DARK SOULS™ II, and includes all-new stages, maps, boss characters, weapons & armor! In this third DLC, players will find themselves in a world shining bright with the glow of treacherous ice. Can you find and recover the lost crown?

 

All Lost Crowns Trilogy DLC

This DLC was released s a trilogy that was released one after the other with about a month apart. Players were able to purchase these DLC packs individually or as a bundle. Those who purchased the Season Pass had access to all three DLC packs as they were released. Purchasing the remastered release, Scholar of the First Sin also gave players access to all three DLC packs.

 

Crown of the Ivory King Features and Content

 

How to Access the Crown of the Ivory King DLC

You must approach the altar at the Shrine of Winter and your player will be transported to the new DLC area. You will need the Frozen Flower to open the door to enter Frozen Eleum Loyce.

 

Crown of the Ivory King DLC System Requirements

 

Minimum Specs

Recommended Specs

OS: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8
Processor: AMD® Phenom II™ X2 555 3.2Ghz or Intel® Pentium Core ™ 2 Duo E8500 3.17Ghz  Intel® CoreTM i3 2100 3.10GHz or AMD® A8 3870K 3.0GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9600GT, ATI Radeon™ HD 5870 NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750 or ATI
DirectX: Version 9.0 Version 9.0
Storage 12 GB available space 15 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9 sound device DirectX 9compatible sound card
Additional Notes Controller support: Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® (or equivalent) recommended Controller support: Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® (or equivalent) recommended

 

Crown of the Ivory King Content

 




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    • Anonymous

      Lmao everyone crying in the comments purely because you lack *gaming skill*. But perhaps you can keep the torch lit... There is an old saying in my family... "Thou who art Undead, art chosen... Git Gud".
      Your issue isnt with the DLC designs or the game difficulty, lets face it, you're just mad you have no sense of direction and get lost! Hey, nothing wrong with that! Just accept you are a total scrublord and boot up something easier and more addequate for you, like Barbie's Magical Pony Ranch, or Roblox. There is life after accepting the fact you cant even get to Lud and Zallen because... trying not to laugh... THE CUTE SNOWY REINDEERS WOULDNT LET YA PAHAHAHAHAHAHA
      Me and my boys will be here grinding Loyce Souls and dueling in the throne room like some chads while yall mald, seethe and cope like some Gwindolyn wannabes keeping the illusion you know real gameplay when u see it.

      Big d|ck gang

      • Anonymous

        Classic we have no idea how to balance for anything but co op, don't play multiplayer? **** you! game design mentality through this whole DLC. Idk why they did a complete 180 after making a perfectly fine first DLC in the first place but this had me say **** it and quit halfway through. These DLCs add literally nothing to the experience of Dark Souls 2. Also they just copy pasted the Gutter area but switched the status effects from poison to dark or whatever which is just **** tier

        • Anonymous

          It's ironic that the dlc possesses some key items for mages despite having the enemies have such high magic defense that you avoid using them.

          Northwarder Set is the best set for Spellswords. As it buffs spell duration. The clutch rings are vital to min-maxing your damage. Azal's staff while notably has downsides can be optimized to deal absurd damage.

          • Anonymous

            Why do people hate this DLC?? It was thoroughly enjoyable. As were the other two (aside from the stupid runs to Smelter Demon and Sir Alonne).

            • Anonymous

              I jumped into NG+ to hunt down some loot that I forgot on NG and approached with great trepidation, considering what a brawl it took my strength great sword character to make it through, but this time I used Yorgh's spear +4 and dark resins and dark weapon. I strongly endorse spears and dark buffs for the DLC. I made it through the first grueling gauntlet, much to my surprise, all the way to the eye of the priestess.

              • Anonymous

                Forgot to include Durgo's Hat in the armor section. It is behind hidden wall that appears when using a Pharros's Lockstone on the bridge with the giant arbalests. You must first make the wind stop so the ice will melt and allow you to use the lockstone.

                • Anonymous

                  Found on the Outskirts, it is located on a hollow behind the walls of the ruins closest to the summon signs.

                  • Anonymous

                    Sellsword Luet can also be summoned in the area near where Hexer Nicholai invades, down between some of the pillars filled with the rampart hedgehogs.

                    • Anonymous

                      I found to more rings so far. A Dark Claw Ring (Enhaces Dark Attacks, cant tell where i found it, sry) A Fire Claw Ring (Enhances Fire Attacks. Location: After you beat Avaa and get the Storm gone. Right before you open the door to the first Eleum Loyce Knight, turn back and go though the left passage. On the right wall is an Illusiory wall. Follow the way till you have to jump on a bridge, kill the Ice Soldier and behind him there is the Chest.

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